Titans trio Jaimin Jolliffe, Chris Randall and Sam Verrills have all committed to the club long term, signing on until the end of the 2026 season.
The hardworking forwards are determined to bring success to the Coast and are seen as key figures among the Titans squad.
Jolliffe joined the Titans in 2020 on a train-and-trial deal, going on to earn a top 30 roster spot and then cementing his place as a first grade regular.
Having a strong pre-season, Jolliffe earned a starting spot in the Titans pack for 2023 before his early season was hampered by a pec injury. The powerful middle showed his importance and his effort was missed while he was on the sidelines.
The Wagga Wagga junior has become a fan favourite for his no-nonsense style and consistent performances.
Randall joined the club this season and has quickly impressed with his attitude and work ethic.
The 27-year-old has played 12 games in his inaugural season on the Coast, grabbing his opportunity when it has presented in the No. 9 jersey.
One of the fittest players on the roster, Randall will be a key figure in the Titans push for future success.
Sam Verrills is a premiership winning rake and a crucial part of the Titans spine.
Brought to the club to fill the starting hooker role in 2023, Verrills has had a frustrating start to his time on the Coast, missing a chunk of games after injuring his collar bone.
Now fit and back in the Titans line-up, Verrills has the potential to be one of the club’s most valuable players in coming seasons.